CARES Act includes emergency money for local educational institutions, students

Money is slated for students with "urgent" needs

JOPLIN, Mo – The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act, includes money for educational institutions and students financially struggling during this time.  The money going to higher educational institutions is divided by what each school gets in total, and how much of that money goes to students with urgent financial needs.

Carthage R-9 School District/Carthage Technical Center.

Total – $96,621

Money for students in need – $48,311

City Pointe Beauty Academy

Total – $153,715

Money for students in need – $76,858

College of the Ozarks

Total – $2,518,807

Money for students in need – $1,259,404

Cottey College

Total – $334,857

Money for students in need – $167,429

Crowder College

Total – $2,638,696

Money for students in need – $1,319,348

Franklin Technology Center

Total – $202,194

Money for students in need – $101,097

Missouri Southern State

Total – $4,756,273

Money for students in need – $2,378,137

Neosho Beauty College

Total – $39,487

Money for students in need – $19,744

Ozark Christian College

Total – $489,464

Money for students in need – $244,732